But everything changed when I realized it wasn't my editing, it was my lighting. After accidentally getting it right enough times over about year, I learned how to tackle every lighting scenario. As a result, my work changed quickly and dramatically. I was finally able to achieve the edits I was aiming for because I had created the perfect foundation.
You can't create a beautiful piece of art on a broken canvas and that's exactly what I had been trying to do. Now I'm here to teach you everything you need to know to master natural light, and get flawless images straight out of camera, no matter the weather or lighting scenario.
I get asked constantly when I'm going to release presets or courses on editing but I knew that doing so without teaching these foundational principals would be a disservice to the community.
When I first started my business, I didn't understand how important it was to learn and understand light. There were almost no courses or videos teaching these foundational truths. All I could find was presets, posing and editing courses.
It took me a long time and a lot of trial and error to finally master light, which then allowed me to nail my signature editing style and grow my business. I knew others needed this valuable information.
Not a problem! The goal of this course is to teach you how to shoot in ANY natural light scenario. I realize that not everyone lives near the beach so I've included beach and non-beach locations in all behind the scenes videos.
While there is a lesson on editing, overall, this is not an editing course but a prerequisite. You will never be able to edit like me, or master photography or editing until you understand light. You need to have the perfect canvas, primed for your editing style, to bring into Lightroom or Photoshop and this course teaches how to do that.
While there is one video teaching how to use natural light, indoors, this course is mostly for those who shoot outdoors.
Nope! The techniques taught in this course work for any photographer shooting with any DSLR or mirrorless camera. In course sections where specific settings are discussed, Nikon, Cannon and Sony are all represented.
Yes, you can complete this course in one day or one month. I do encourage you to take your time so that you are able to practice and master the techniques you learn.
I have no plans to expire this course, but you will be notified in advance if I plan to expire it. One year (at the very least) is promised.
Once purchased, this course will be accessible to you online from your web browser/computer or even smartphone via Teachable.com.
Because this is a digital product, no refunds are offered for this course. Once access is granted, product is considered to be fully consumed.